CAMPAS


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CAMPASComputer-aided Multivariate Pattern Analysis System
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"The average and annual percentage of households' expenditure on communications rises as their living standard rises, as it recorded EGP 473 in the first category (the poorest), which is about 2.1% of total expenditure and it rises to EGP 1,384 for the rich (the highest expenditure) which represents 2.6% of the total expenditure," according to the CAMPAS study.
Rappelons qu'un communique sur le commerce exterieur publie par Campas avait indique un deficit de 138% dans la Balance commerciale durant le mois de fevrier.
"Kerala's booming educational sector which is reeling under staggering administrative costs coupled with poor efficiency, the company's Campas ePlatform will be a blessing," he said.
"I had said I wanted to get back to using my jab and my boxing skills but looking back at it now I think I overdid it against Campas.
"The Campas fight was something of a crossroads as far as I was concerned.
He stopped Furlan earlier than Duddy and outclassed Campas who caused the Derryman all sorts of problems in New York in September 2006.
Duddy had halted the majority of his 17 victims but Campas stood up to his blows and fired back in an enthralling duel.
Campas was deducted a point in the fifth for constantly losing his gum shield, due to the velocity of De La Hoya's punches.
The fight with the 31-year-old Campas (80-5, 68 knockouts) tops a Cinco de Mayo weekend card that will include a title defence by World Boxing Council featherweight champion Erik Morales against Bobby Boy Velardez.
Macklin had to grind out a result against Campas, who used all his wily skills to make life very uncomfortable at times for the Brummie.
Not surprisingly Macklin took no risks in the opening exchanges but still showed Campas he was not overawed.